Print Email Facebook Twitter Engine simulation models for the cycles of BE1 and report on obtained performance data: Model development with the Gas turbine Simulation Program (GSP) Title Engine simulation models for the cycles of BE1 and report on obtained performance data: Model development with the Gas turbine Simulation Program (GSP) Author Visser, W.P.J. Head, A.J. Faculty Aerospace Engineering Department AWEP Date 2013-03-01 Abstract report describes the work conducted by TUD for WP 1.3.3 of the ESPOSA project for the development of the BE1 engine simulation model in NLR’s Gas turbine Simulation Program, GSP. Results include simulation results, validation and the GSP model project files. The model is based on simulated data from PBS Velká Bíte, Czech Republic, (PBS). The model is provided separately in digital format with the file Eposa_D1331_BE1_rev2.0.mxl. A number of application cases is demonstrated for engine and control system development. The GSP model is sufficiently accurate to perform trade-off (effect/sensitivity) studies for the engine development program. For simulations that require high accuracy, the actual component maps should be implemented in the GSP models in place of the generic ones currently used. This relatively simple task can be performed by the model end user (engine OEM) after which absolute performance prediction accuracy will be higher making the model suitable for control system design, including stall margin assessments, system identification, control schedule evaluation/optimization and other analysis work. Subject ESPOSAsimulationturbopropGSP To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:c0372412-5c03-4c80-ac68-95301d108dbf Publisher Delft University of Technology Embargo date 2021-02-26 Part of collection Institutional Repository Document type report Rights (c) 2013 Visser, W.P.J. Head, A.J.